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									Department of Community Colleges and
       Workforce Development




    Presented to Joint Ways & Means Education Subcommittee
                    Camille Preus, Commissioner
                      March 22-24, 2011
                  Agenda

Agency Overview

Oregon’s 17 Community Colleges
• Key Performance Measures
• Reduction Impacts
• Update on Capital Construction

Workforce Development
• Key Performance Measures
• Reduction Impacts

CCWD Budget 2011-13 Detail
                  2
                   Agency Mission
The mission of the Oregon Department of Community Colleges
 and Workforce Development is to contribute leadership and
    resources to increase the skills, knowledge and career
                 opportunities of Oregonians.




                                 Workforce
             Education
                                Development




                            3
CCWD Goals and Key Performance Measures
Oregonians have strong literacy skills
   • GED, Basic skills and ESL Completion
   • At-Risk Youth, Youth Employment

Oregon’s workforce is well-trained and has access to a wide
   variety of training programs
   •   Adult Employment, Dislocated Worker Wages
   •   Nursing Program Completion, Licensing/Certification Rates
   •   Career and Technical Education Degree/Certificate Completion
   •   Business and Industry Training Satisfaction

Oregonians have access to excellent, affordable community
   colleges services
   • Associate Degree Completion
   • Transfers to OUS
   • High School Participation, Minority Enrollment

                                       4
              CCWD Key Performance Measures
 1.   Successful GED Applicants                 11.   Licensing/Certification Rates
 2.   At-Risk Youth Exit Successfully           12.   Career and Technical Education
 3.   Youth Employed Upon Exit                  13.   Associates Degree Completion
 4.   Adults Employed Upon Exit                 14.   Student Transfers to OUS
 5.   Dislocated Worker Wages                   15.   Progress of Transfer Students
 6.   Current/Incumbent Worker                  16.   Tuition/Fees
      Employment                                17.   High School Participation
 7.   Completion of Basic Skills/ESL            18.   Minority Enrollment
 8.   Nursing Program Completion                19.   Customer Service
 9.   Small Business Development Centers        20.   Best Practices
      Start Ups (deleted in 2009 Session)
10.   Business and Industry Training
      Company Satisfaction




                                            5
 Education and Workforce System Governance

                              Department of
    Joint Boards of        Community Colleges and            Oregon Workforce
      Education            Workforce Development             Investment Board
         Mission                                           Federal Workforce Training
The Education Enterprise
   works to ensure that                                            Mission
                               Oregon State Board
 Oregonians possess the                                     To support the growth
                                  of Education
  knowledge and skills                                       and development of
  necessary to succeed          Community Colleges        individuals and employers
 in learning, work and                                        to be competitive
  citizenship in Oregon              Mission                 in the marketplace.
and the global economy.     Each student demonstrates
                             the knowledge and skills
                              necessary to transition
                             successfully to their next
                            steps: advanced learning,
                               work and citizenship.




                                         6
                      Community College Network

                                  State Board of
                                                            Oregon Community
   17 Local                         Education
                                                            College Association
 Community                          (appointed by
                                      Governor)
                                                              (OCCA) Board
College Boards
  (locally elected)                                         (All 17 CC presidents plus
                                                             1 member of each local
                                                                    CC Board)

                                Camille Preus,
                              CCWD Commissioner
                               (appointed by State Board)     Andrea Henderson
 17 CC Presidents                                             Executive Director
(hired by local boards)                                      (hired by OCCA Board)


                             Department of Community
                              Colleges and Workforce
   17 CC main                 Development (CCWD)
  campuses and                                                    OCCA Staff
satellite campuses




                                            7
                 Oregon’s Community Colleges
                                                               Community Colleges
            Clatsop           Portland                         Satellite Campuses
                                              Columbia Gorge
   Clackamas
                                   Mt. Hood

Tillamook Bay                                         Blue Mountain

  Chemeketa

Oregon Coast                                  Central Oregon
                                                                           Treasure Valley
 Linn-Benton

     Lane

Southwestern          Umpqua
  Oregon
                      Rogue         Klamath



                                          8
              Workforce Network

                        Governor
    Oregon Workforce Investment Board (OWIB)

                Workforce Policy Cabinet
Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development
                  Oregon Employment Department
                    Business Oregon Department
                     Oregon University System
                  Oregon Department of Education
              Oregon Department of Human Services
                   Bureau of Labor and Industries


   Local and Regional Workforce Investment Boards


        WorkSource Oregon Centers and Partners


                                 9
Workforce Regions and WorkSource Oregon Centers

                             Region Local Workforce Investment Boards
                               2     Worksystems, Inc. (WSI)
                              15     Workforce Investment Council of
                                     Clackamas County (WICCO)
                               3     Job Growers, Inc. (JGI)
                               4     Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Workforce
                                     Investment Board (CSC)
                               5     Lane Workforce Partnership (LWP)
                               8     Rogue Valley Workforce Development
                                     Council (TJC)
                               1, 6, 7, 9,10, 11,12, 13, 14
                                     The Oregon Consortium – Oregon
                                     Workforce Alliance (TOC/OWA)




                       10
  2011-13 Governor’s Recommended Budget
          Total Funds: $588,157,328

                                   OYCC
                 Federal/Other   $2,839,060   Debt Service
                   Support           0%       $24,008,024
                 $120,618,167                     4%
                     21%
                                                               Office
                                                              Operations
                                                             $30,666,769
                                                                 5%




 State Support to
Community Colleges
  $410,025,308
       70%




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                                 Total Funds: $588,157,328
                                                                Special Payments (Pass throughs):
                                                                Community Colleges ($410.0 m GF)
                                                                High Demand Jobs Initiative ($3.2 m GF)
                                                                Persistence & Completion Initiative ($1.8 m GF)
                                                                Oregon Youth Conservation Corps ($1.8 m OF)
                                                                Workforce Investment Act Title IB ($89.5 m FF)
                   Special Payments
                      $538.5 m                                  Workforce Investment Act Title II ($9.0 m FF)
                         92%                                    National Emergency Grants ($19 m NL FF)
                                                                State Energy Sector Partnership Grant ($2.7 m FF)




Capital Outlay
  $26,844                                                       Debt Service
    <1%                                                           $24.0 m
                 Services & Supplies   Personal Services            4%
                        $12.1               $13.5               Article XI-G ($16.5 m)
                         2%                  2%                 Lottery (7.5 m)

                                                           12
         2011-13 Budget Compared to 2009-11
$800.0       $19.0
                                 $19.0
$700.0      $163.1
                                 $163.1
                                                       $19.0
$600.0                                                 $116.7          $19.0
            $137.9                                      $6.4           $116.8
$500.0                           $137.9
                                                        $7.5
             $8.9                                                       $6.9
                                  $8.9                                  $7.5
$400.0                                                                              Non-Limited Federal
                                                                                    Federal Funds
$300.0                                                                              Other Funds
                                                       $503.9
                                                                                    Lottery Debt Serv
            $464.6               $429.8                               $438.1        General Fund
$200.0

$100.0

   $-
           2009-11             2009-11              2011-13          2011-13
             LAB          LAB w/ Allot. Reduct.       CSL              GRB
         $793.6 million      $758.7 million       $653.4 million   $588.2 million


                                                  13
CCWD Prioritized Programs
   • Debt Service
   • Community College Support Fund
   • Workforce Investment Act Title IB
   • Workforce Investment Act Title II
   • Carl Perkins Career and Technical Education Act
   • Oregon Youth Conservation Corps




                          14
2009-11 Allotment Reductions $34.9 million (7.6%)

• Community College Support Fund reduced from $450.5 million
  to $416.1 million

• CCWD Office Operations reduced from $3.9 million to $3.6
  million
   - Shifted positions from General Fund to Federal Funds
   - Reduced professional services contracts

• Healthcare Initiative funding for community colleges reduced
  from $1.9 million to $1.8 million




                               15
Oregon Community Colleges: Ensuring Student Success




                               Workforce
             Education
                              Development




                         16
   Education and Skill Development Continuum



                                                                            Educated
                                                                            Citizens

                                                                              Good
Increasing the Skills, Knowledge, and Career Opportunities of Oregonians      Jobs
                            Find Your Future
                                                                             Livable
                                                                           Communities




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Community colleges make a difference in the lives of
Oregonians…


  “My belief is this; education can only
   be earned by the person and it can
   never be taken away. I continue to
   encourage others, make a difference,
   and support programs that alter
   students’ lives.”




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         State Appropriations to Community Colleges
                                                   (in millions)

                                                                $500
                                                                           $450.5
500 ,00 0,0 00                          $411        $428                               $417       $410
450 ,00 0,0 00               $375
400 ,00 0,0 00
350 ,00 0,0 00
300 ,00 0,0 00
250 ,00 0,0 00
200 ,00 0,0 00
150 ,00 0,0 00
100 ,00 0,0 00
 50,000 ,00 0
            0
                 200 1-03    200 3-05   200 5-07     200 7-09   200 9-11     201 0     201 1-13
                                                                  LAB       Bud get     GRB
                                                                           Reduction




Source: CCWD Agency Request Budget




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   Local Community College Revenue Sources
            Per Student 2009-10
State Funding                        Tuition
   $1,906                            $1,906
 per student                       per student
     39%                               39%




                        22%
                  Property Taxes
                      $1,093
                    per student


                      20
Oregon Community Colleges are the key access point for
postsecondary education.
• Provide opportunities for 384,259 students each year to advance their
  educational and acquire new skills.

• Postsecondary education and skill development programs:
     – Lower Division Collegiate
     – Career and Technical Education
     – Accelerated Learning Opportunities
     – Adult Literacy and English as a Second Language
     – Adult Continuing Education

•   Work with local businesses to deliver Customized Workforce Training
    programs designed to meet local labor market demand.


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               Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollments - FTE
130,000


                                                                                                                                                 121,815

120,000




110,000

                                                                                                                                       105,149
                                                                                           102,019
                                                                                                  100,023
100,000
                                                                                  96,037
                                                                         93,648                         93,221                      94,587
                                                                                                                 92,054 91,401 91,456
                                                                89,616
 90,000
          85,774                                       85,346
                   84,256
                                              83,234
                                     81,471
                            80,323
 80,000




 70,000




                                                                                   22
Oregon Community Colleges Full Time Equivalent
     Enrollment by Program Area 2009-10
                        Total: 121,815
                        Adult Continuing
        Developmental      Education
                              3,403           Non-Reimbursable
          Education                                1,809
           23,885             2.8%
                                                   1.5%
           19.6%




                                                                  LDC
                                                                 58,118
                                                                 47.7%
     Career
    Technical
     34,599
     28.4%



                             Source: OCCURS


                                    23
Full Time Equivalent (FTE) by Program




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Oregonians have access to excellent, affordable
community college services               07-08 08-09
                                                                                                                                        09
                                                                                                                                      Target
                                                                                                             25%          22%
   Associate Degree Completion                              (KPM 13)                                                                   31.6%

                                                                                                             16%          18%
   Student Transfers to OUS                         (KPM 14)                                                                          15.2%

                                                                                                             79%          79%
   Progress of Transfer Students (KPM 15)                                                                                             80.0%

                                                                                                              4th          4th
   Tuition/Fees (KPM 16)                                                                                                                   8th
                                                                                                                                       highest

                                                                                                           22,106        24,950
   High School Participation (KPM 17)                                                                                                 22,337

                                                                                                           >100% >100%
   Minority Enrollment (KPM 18)                                                                                                        100%

Source: 2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010


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To reach these outcomes, community colleges partner
for student success

 • Oregon University System
 • Oregon Department of Education
    • Local School Districts/Education Service Districts
 • Oregon Student Assistance Commission
 • Oregon Employment Department
 • Oregon Business Development Department




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                        Transfers from Oregon Community Colleges
              6000
                              to the Oregon University System
                                                                                                         5,710
              5000
                                                       5,099     5,041
                                                                           4,759     4,907     4,823
                                             4,854
                                  4,588
              4000
                         4,159
Transfers




              3000




              2000




              1000




                  0
                        2001-02   2002-03   2003-04   2004-05   2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2009-10
            Transfers    4159      4588      4854      5099      5041      4759      4907      4823      5710
                                                                  Year




                                                                27
        Graduation Rate of Oregon Community College Transfers
             Who Entered the Oregon University System with an Associate's Degree


80.0%


                                                                 78.0%            80.0%
70.0%
                                                74.5%
60.0%
                              64.6%

50.0%


40.0%


30.0%
              35.5%

20.0%


10.0%


0.0%
        Within 2 Years   Within 3 Years   Within 4 Years   Within 5 Years   Within 6 Years




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                                                 Community College Tuition as a Revenue Source
                                                              (Tuition and Fees, Local Property Taxes, State General Fund)

                                       100%

                                           90%

                                           80%

                                           70%
Proportion of per student




                                           60%

                                           50%

                                           40%

                                           30%

                                           20%

                                           10%

                                           0%
                                                 1989- 1990- 1991- 1992- 1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008- 2009-
                                                  90    91    92    93    94    95    96    97    98    99    00    01    02    03    04    05    06    07    08    09    10
                            Tuition/fees         20%   21%   22%   22%   24%   23%   23%   22%   23%   23%   24%   25%   26%   30%   32%   32%   32%   32%   31%   36%   39%
                            PropertyTaxes        50%   50%   44%   40%   37%   31%   23%   22%   24%   22%   22%   22%   22%   22%   23%   23%   23%   24%   22%   23%   22%
                            State General Fund 30%     29%   34%   37%   39%   46%   53%   55%   52%   55%   54%   53%   53%   48%   45%   45%   45%   44%   46%   41%   39%


                                                                                                        Academic Year




                                                                                                  29
  Oregon Community College Tuition Rates 2010-11

$90.00

$80.00

$70.00

$60.00

$50.00

$40.00

$30.00

$20.00

$10.00

 $0.00




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    Oregon Community College Tuition Rates
         Average Annual In-District Tuition and Fees 2006-2010
                                                                                              Oregon


$4,000                                                                                        WICHE


$3,500                                                                            $3,720
                                                                $3,537

$3,000                                        $3,206
                            $3,127
          $3,074
                                                                                           $2,834
$2,500                                                                   $2,645
                                                       $2,505
                                     $2,391
$2,000             $2,300



$1,500


$1,000


 $500


   $0
           2006-07          2007-08            2008-09          2009-10           2010-11




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                    Accelerated Learning Opportunities
                18,000


                16,000
                                                                                     16,535
                14,000                                    15,592
                                                                                              14,257
                12,000         13,654

                10,000                                             11,423
   Students




                                        10,981

                  8,000


                  6,000


                  4,000


                  2,000
                                                                                                        2,526
                                                  2,248                      2,105
                       0
                                        2007-08                    2008-09                    2009-10
Dual Credit                              13,654                     15,592                     16,535
Advanced Placement                       10,981                     11,423                     14,257
Expanded Options                         2,248                      2,105                      2,526
                                                                   Year

   Source: The College Board


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Career and Technical Education
 • Degrees and Certificates prepare students for direct entry into
   employment.
 • “Middle-skill jobs, which require more than a high school
   diploma but less than a four-year degree, currently make up
   the largest segment of jobs in our economy, and will continue
   to do so for years to come.”
 • Occupations and Career Pathways:
     –     Licensed Practical Nurses
     –     Fire Fighters
     –     Computer Support Specialist
     –     Accounting Technician
     –     Machinists
     –     Heavy Truck Drivers
     –     Electricians
     Source: Oregon’s Forgotten Middle-Skill Jobs, February 2009

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       Oregon Growth and Replacement Openings
                                 by Industry 2008-2018

   Educational and Health Services
                       Government
            Leisure and Hospitality
                       Retail Trade
Professional and Business Services
                     Manufacturing
                Financial Activities
                  Wholesale Trade                                     Growth Openings
                    Other Services                                    Replacement Openings

                      Construction
        Transportation and Utilities
     Natural Resources and Mining
                        Information

                                       0   20,000   40,000   60,000     80,000   100,000 120,000


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Career Pathways
• A series of connected education programs and student
  supports that enable individuals to get the training they need to
  secure a job or advance in a demand industry or occupation.


Goals
• Increase the number of Oregonians with certificates,
  credentials and degrees in demand occupations.
• To ease student transitions from high school to community
  college and from pre-college to credit post secondary.




                                35
36
Oregon’s workforce is well-trained and has access to a
wide variety of training programs

                                                                                                                                      09
                                                                                                                  07-08       08-09 Target

                                                                                                                               96%
  Nursing Completion (KPM 8)                                                                                       N/A
                                                                                                                                             95.7%

                                                                                                                   94%         91%
  Licensing/Certification Rates                           (KPM 11)                                                                           93.0%


  Career and Technical Education Degree/Certificate                                                               4,651        4,981
                                                                                                                                             5,101
  Completion (KPM 12)
  Source: 2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010




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Local and Customized Workforce Training
   Oregon’s Community Colleges are meeting the training needs of
   local employers in their communities:
            • Providing customized training
            • Over 270 employers served
            • Over 980 trainings for more than 15,889 adults
            • Maintaining high employer satisfaction with customized training:
                    • 99% of employers would contract with the college again

                                                                                                                                 09
                                                                                                                   07-08 08-09 Target

                                                                                                               100%          98%
Business & Industry Training Satisfaction (KPM 10)                                                                                         95.0%

Source: 2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010



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               Community College Reduction Impacts
                                     State Support per Student FTE


                                                              $2,778
$3,000                                                                       $2,648
                                                  $2,398
                                     $2,262                                                $2,252
$2,500
                      $1,876
$2,000                                                                                                  $1,738
                                                                                                                        $1,559

$1,500

$1,000

  $500

    $0
            2001-03      2003-05        2005-07     2007-09    2009-11 GRB   2009-11 LAB       2009-11    2011-13 GRB
                                                                                               Current
                                                                                              Projected
                                                                                            State Support



Source: CCWD Agency Request Budget




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Community College Reduction Impacts (2007-09 – 2011-13)
• Oregon Coast Community College - $209,437
• Central Oregon Community College - $778,458
• Lane Community College - $6,693,199


From the student perspective
 • Tuition and fees
 • Courses and programs
 • Student supports



                             40
Department of Community Colleges and
       Workforce Development




    Presented to Joint Ways & Means Education Subcommittee
                    Camille Preus, Commissioner
                      Day 2 - March 23, 2011

                             41
Property Tax Collections for Oregon Community Colleges
                    1989-90 to 2008-09
  $140,000,000



  $120,000,000



  $100,000,000



   $80,000,000



   $60,000,000



   $40,000,000



   $20,000,000



           $0




                           42
Oregon Community Colleges




                    2009-10 Headcount: 384,259 students
                    FTE: 121,815
                    Certificates or Degrees: 11,054




           43
                           Community College Revenue Sources and Students
                                                    (Tuition and Fees, Local Property Taxes, State General Fund)

                                      $6,000                                                                                                                                            140,000


                                                                                                                                                                                        120,000
                                      $5,000


                                                                                                                                                                                        100,000
Revenue per Student FTE*




                                      $4,000

                                                                                                                                                                                        80,000




                                                                                                                                                                                                  FTE
                                      $3,000
                                                                                                                                                                                        60,000

                                      $2,000
                                                                                                                                                                                        40,000


                                      $1,000
                                                                                                                                                                                        20,000


                                         $0        2000-01      2001-02       2002-03      2003-04       2004-05      2005-06      2006-07       2007-08      2008-09       2009-10
                                                                                                                                                                                        0
                            Tuition                 $1,007       $1,066       $1,253        $1,516       $1,595       $1,661        $1,722       $1,780        $1,866       $1,906
                            Property Taxes          $901          $893         $934         $1,074       $1,143       $1,198        $1,260       $1,273        $1,198       $1,093
                            State General Fund      $2,184       $2,177       $2,022        $2,135       $2,207       $2,339        $2,342       $2,647        $2,159       $1,939
                            FTE                     96,037      102,019       100,023       93,221       92,054       91,401        91,456       94,587       105,149       121,815

                                                                                                           Academic Year

                                             *Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) is a calculated value. It represents 510 hours of instructional time and is a measure of total student activity.
                                                              Includes corrections, border states, COD, non-reimbursable, and funding formula reimbursable FTE.



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    Oregon Community College Students
Who Enrolled at 4-Year Colleges and Universities
                             July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2010
                            Oregon Private 4- Oregon Public 4-    Non-Oregon        Non-Oregon
 College                         year              year          Private 4-year     Public 4-year     Total
 Blue Mountain                             32             532                  87              134         785
 Central Oregon                           109           1,459                 178              178       1,924
 Columbia Gorge                            27             159                  44                53        283
 Chemeketa                                671           2,662                 510              301       4,144
 Clackamas                                506           1,615                 286              230       2,637
 Clatsop                                   30             158                  27                51        266
 Klamath                                   41             581                  44                32        698
 Lane                                     272           3,036                 308              263       3,879
 Linn Benton                              141           2,884                 206              176       3,407
 Mt. Hood                                 510           1,492                 237              181       2,420
 Oregon Coast                               8               84                 15                 8        115
 Portland                               1,736           7,664                 966              845      11,211
 Rogue                                     52           1,499                 175                89      1,815
 Southwestern Oregon                       38             370                  77                85        570
 Tillamook Bay                             13               74                  9                 1         97
 Treasure Valley                           20             263                 179              359         821
 Umpqua                                    71             417                  84                43        615

 Total                                  4,277          24,949               3,432            3,029      35,687


 Source: OCCURS and National Student Clearinghouse


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                 Average Tuition and Fees (Annualized)

$4,000


$3,500                                                                                                                     $3,720

$3,000
                                                                                                  $3,130       $3,206
                                                                                      $3,074
                                                                          $2,980
$2,500                                                       $2,834
                                                 $2,701

$2,000
                                     $2,224
                        $1,936
            $1,830
$1,500


$1,000


 $500


   $-
         2000-2001   2001-2002   2002-2003    2003-2004   2004-2005   2005-2006    2006-2007   2007-2008   2008-2009    2009-2010




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Capital Construction Update
$207.3 million in approved projects since 2005

Completed Bond Sales:
2007 Article XI-G Bond Sale: $25.9 million
    Clatsop – Columbia Hall completed
                                                                       Oregon Coast – Newport Campus
    Columbia Gorge – Health Sciences building completed Spring 2011
    Oregon Coast – Lincoln City and Newport campuses completed
    Rogue – Medford Higher Education campus building completed
    Southwestern – Curry County campus completion Fall 2011


2008 Article XI-G Bond Sale: $4.9 million
    Tillamook Bay – New campus building completed

                                                                      Tillamook Bay – Tillamook Campus



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2009 Article XI-G Bond Sale: $55.7 million
    Klamath – Career Technical Center completion Spring 2011
    Chemeketa – Health Science building completion Spring 2011
    Clackamas – Allied Health Care Center completed
    Lane – Health and Wellness building completed
    Linn Benton – Science and Technology building completed
    Mt Hood – Child Development Center completion Fall 2011         Linn-Benton – Science and Technology

    Oregon Coast – Waldport campus completed
    Portland – Educational Center completed
    Clatsop – Towler and Patriot Hall renovations completed

2010 Lottery Bond Sale: $10.0 million
    Blue Mountain – Hermiston Higher Education Center
                    completion Fall 2011
    Clatsop – Towler Hall seismic upgrades completed
                                                                        Portland – Educational Center
    Mt Hood – Classroom and laboratory seismic upgrades completed


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Upcoming Bond Sales
April 2011 Article XI-G Bond Sale: $38.7 million
    Central Oregon – Science and Allied Health Building reauthorized from 2007 and a Technology
    Education Center in Redmond.
    Chemeketa – McMinnville Campus
    Lane – Downtown Campus building
    Oregon Coast – Marine Science Building in Newport
    Portland – Cascade Campus Education Center
    Treasure Valley – Science Center
                                                                   Chemeketa - McMinnville


                                             Three projects approved for April Bond Sale
                                             but unable to provide local match:
                                                   Clackamas – Local bond levy May 2011
                                                   Columbia Gorge – Fund raising ongoing

          Treasure Valley Science Center
                                                   Umpqua – Local bond levy November 2011

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May 2011 Lottery Bond Sale: $3.7 million
    Blue Mountain – Hermiston Higher Education Center ($250,000 left from 2010 sale)
    Rogue – Deferred maintenance
    Clackamas – Deferred maintenance
    Central Oregon – Six new classrooms




                                                          Central Oregon – Cascade Culinary Institute




          Central Oregon – Mazama Hall

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Workforce Development: Getting Oregonians to Work




                             Workforce
           Education
                            Development




                       51
   Education and Skill Development Continuum



                                                                            Educated
                                                                            Citizens

                                                                              Good
Increasing the Skills, Knowledge, and Career Opportunities of Oregonians      Jobs
                            Find Your Future
                                                                             Livable
                                                                           Communities




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                       Adult Basic Skills

Goal – Increase the number of
literate adult Oregonians

Target population – adults
with less than high school
diploma or equivalent

Services – to increase adult
literacy are provided through
Oregon’s 17 community
colleges, as well as, the Oregon
Department of Corrections


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                                        Adult Basic Skills

500,000
                              438,651
450,000

400,000
                                                                             Oregonians who are 15 or older,
                                                                             out of school, have no diploma or
350,000                                                                      are not English proficient
                                                                              Source: American Community Survey (US Census)
300,000

250,000

200,000
                                                                             Total Oregonians Served 2009-10
150,000                                                                       Source: Oregon Community College Unified
                                                                              Reporting System (OCCURS)

100,000
                                                     29,735
 50,000
          ________________________________________________________________
     0




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Oregon Pathways for Adult Basic Skills Transition to
             Education and Work
 Jobs with Limited Career Path         …..        Jobs in High-Demand Industries



   • Pre-Bridge Courses          • College Degree             • College
                                   Courses                      Degree/
   • College/Career
                                                                Occupational
     Awareness Course,           • Career Technical
                                                                Certificate
     Pathway Plan                  Courses
                                                              • Credential
   • Bridge Courses              • Occupational
                                   Training


                 • GED
                   Certificate
                 • HS Diploma

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        General Educational Development (GED)
Five subject areas, passing these tests certifies that test taker has
American high school-level academic skills
                                                    2009 Oregon GED Tests

                                            14000
                        “I’ve always
                                            12000
                        been great at
                                                       13048
                        learning things,    10000
                                                                              11447
                        but the cookie-      8000

                        cutter methods       6000

                        of teaching in       4000
                        high school          2000
                        bored me to
                                                0
                        death.”                      Completed                Passed

                                                          Source: GED Testing Service




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Oregonians have strong literacy skills

                                                                                                                                    09
                                                                                                         07-08 08-09              Target

                                                                                                         81%          78%
   Completion of Basic Skills/ESL (KPM 7)                                                                                           50.9%

                                                                                                         78%         80%
   GED Completion (KPM 1)
                                                                                                                                    79.0%

   Source: 2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010




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Education and Workforce System Governance
                              Department of
    Joint Boards of        Community Colleges and            Oregon Workforce
      Education            Workforce Development             Investment Board
         Mission                                           Federal Workforce Training
The Education Enterprise
   works to ensure that                                            Mission
                               Oregon State Board
 Oregonians possess the                                     To support the growth
                                  of Education
  knowledge and skills                                       and development of
  necessary to succeed          Community Colleges        individuals and employers
 in learning, work and                                        to be competitive
  citizenship in Oregon              Mission                 in the marketplace.
and the global economy.     Each student demonstrates
                             the knowledge and skills
                              necessary to transition
                             successfully to their next
                            steps: advanced learning,
                               work and citizenship.




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           Oregon Workforce Investment Board
Private Sector led, Workforce Advisory Board to the Governor

Winning in the Global Market:
       Oregon’s Workforce Development Strategic Plan
Focuses research on jobs in three emerging and expanding industries
in order to direct resources for building system capacity:

 • Health Care
 • Manufacturing
 • Green Jobs



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OWIB Healthcare Workforce Committee




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OWIB Manufacturing Workforce Committee




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62
     Workforce Investment Act Title IB Funding

80,000,000.00


70,000,000.00
                $59.3 m                                           $58.1 m
                          $55.8 m             $56.0 m                       $56.7 m
60,000,000.00

                                    $55.2 m             $55.6 m                                 $45.8 m             $46.7 m
50,000,000.00
                                                                                      $49.2 m
40,000,000.00
                                                                                                          $39.2 m
30,000,000.00


20,000,000.00


10,000,000.00


         0.00
                 2000     2001       2002      2003      2004      2005     2006       2007      2008      2009     2010




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WorkSource Oregon: A New Way of Doing Business
        The Workforce Integration Effort
 Oregon took an innovative, integrated service delivery approach to building
 a skilled workforce, resulting in:
      • Better Quality Services for Job Seekers
      • Every Customer Leaves a Better Job Candidate
           • Know Their Skills
           • Develop Their Skills
           • Get the Best Job Possible with Their Skills
      • Businesses Better Served
 •   Partners:
      – Community Colleges and Workforce Development
      – Oregon Employment Department
      – Local Workforce Investment Boards


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Nearly 350,000 Oregonians obtained employment and training
services last year through the workforce system
                                Oregonians Served By WIA Title IB
          250,000




          200,000




          150,000
                                                                                                                    Adult
                                                                                                                    Dislocated Worker

          100,000                                                                                                   Youth




           50,000




                0
                      PY 2003     PY 2004      PY 2005      PY 2006      PY 2007     PY 2008      PY 2009

 Note: Beginning in PY2006 self service customers were required by U.S. Department of Labor to be included in the Adult count.
 Source: WIA Title IB Reporting System

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Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
 • WIA funds support training and services to a variety of
   Oregonians, including:
     – Unemployed and low-income adults
     – At-risk youth ages 14-21
     – Dislocated workers
 • WIA emphasizes:
    – Skill gain
    – Wage gain
    – Entered employment
    – Employment retention



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          WorkSource Oregon Customers
        WIA IB Participants and Number Trained

          2008                                        2009
                                              5,933
3,356




                      113,889                                199,186
                       Participants Served
                       Participants Trained




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                        WIA IB Training by Category

                   2008                                                                 2009
                                                                          143     43     8
             292   90                                                3                       317
        35              21                                      2
    3                          129                         3
4




                                                                                                   5,460
                             2,848   Adult Education and Literacy with Occupational Skills
                                     On the Job Training
                                     Occupational Skills Training
                                     Entrepreneurial Training
                                     Customized Training
                                     Vocational ESL Training
                                     Professional Technical Training
                                     Skill Upgrading/Retraining



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WIA IB Training in Top 20 Occupations




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Employer and Dislocated Worker Services
 •   Objective
     – Minimize economic impact of layoffs and company closings to employers
       and workers by providing services that enable the unemployed to return to
       work quickly at the highest skill and wage level possible.
 •   Oregon’s Dislocated Worker Team
     –   Regional partners in all of Oregon’s 15 Local Workforce Regions
     –   Organized Labor
     –   Oregon Employment Department
     –   Economic Development
     –   Community Colleges
 •   Rapid Response
     –   Onsite services for employees and employers
     –   Help with job search
     –   Skill assessment
     –   Follow up services


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Oregon currently has 24 National Emergency Grants (NEG),
  more than any other state, totaling close to $25 million, providing
         services to over 3,998 Oregon displaced workers.
                     $1,627,235
                  $1,627,235
                       $1,627,235
                         $1,627,235                                           Region        Workforce Investment Area
                            $1,627,235
                               $1,627,235                                          2        Worksystems, Inc. (WSI)
                $2,092,507        $1,627,235
                                                                                  15        Workforce Investment Council of
      $985,720
     $985,720                                                                               Clackamas County (WICCO)

     $1,951,558                                                                    3        Job Growers, Inc. (JGI)

                                                                                   4        Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Workforce
                                    $10,772,195                                             Investment Board (CSC)
        $5,210,826
                                                                                   5        Lane Workforce Partnership (LWP)

                                                          Statewide                8        Rogue Valley Workforce
                                                   On-the-Job
                                     Statewide On-the-Job Training Training
                                                                                            Development Council (TJC)

                                                     NEG
                                           NEG - $2,119,166 - $2,119,166           1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
                                                                                               The Oregon Consortium – Oregon
                                                                                               Workforce Alliance (TOC/OWA)
     $741,502



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   Community College Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)
Enrollment and Oregon Unemployment Rate 2005-2010
  140,000                                                                12.0%
                                                               121,815
  120,000                                                                10.0%
                                                     105,149
  100,000     91,401                  94,587
                       91,456                                  10.8%
                                                                         8.0%
                                                     11.1%
   80,000
                                                                         6.0%
   60,000                             6.5%

             5.3%       5.2%                                             4.0%
   40,000

                                                                         2.0%
   20,000

        -                                                                0.0%
            2005-06    2006-07        2007-08        2008-09   2009-10



                           Unemployment        FTE



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Response to Major Layoffs in Clackamas County




    “The classes and teachers are great, and I’ve learned the
    right way to do what I’ve been doing all these years!”

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Oregon’s workforce is well-trained and has access to a
wide variety of training programs
                                                                                                                                 09
                                                                                                                   07-08 08-09 Target
                                                                                                                  75%          42%
  Adults Employed Upon Completion (KPM 4)                                                                                             86.0%

                                                                                                                 63%            66%
  Dislocated Worker Wages (KPM 5)                                                                                                     63.0%

                                                                                                                 86%            71%
  Current/Incumbent Worker Employment                                          (KPM 6)                                                83.0%

  2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010




                                                                    75
       Workforce Investment Act Youth Programs



“It was a lot of work at first and
very challenging, but once I was
more trained I got the hang of it.
I really wish I could continue.”




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       Oregon Youth Conservation Corps Mission
         OYCC creates meaningful opportunities for youth through
     significant resource projects that enhance the Oregon community.

OYCC Resources
 • Amusement Device Tax
 • Oregon State Marine Board
 • Bureau of Labor and Industries
 • Workforce Investment Act
 • Private Non-Profit Foundations
 • Oregon Department of
   Transportation
 • US Forest Service - ARRA
 • Bureau of Land Management
                                            (Photo by Brian Wachs, Heliocentric Educational Consulting LLC)



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OYCC Community
Stewardship Corps




                          OYCC Summer
                         Conservation Corps



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Workforce Investment Act Youth who entered or
completed high school or obtained employment

                                                                                                                                     09
                                                                                                     07-08         08-09           Target
                                                                                                        29%         41%
 At-Risk Youth Complete Successfully (KPM 2)                                                                                   71.9%

                                                                                                      71%          57%
 Youth Employed Upon Completion (KPM 3)
                                                                                                                               75.8%
2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010




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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
                          Federal Stimulus Funding
                                $53,568,828

                               Workforce Investment
                                        Act
                                     Title 1B
                                     $38.6 m
                                       56%




                                                         Oregon Youth
         State Energy Sector                          Employment Initiative
          Partnership Grant                                 $9.6m
                $5.4 m                                       14%
                 8%




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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
Workforce Investment Act




                                Oregon Youth Employment Initiative




  Source: IMPLAN and ECONorthwest analysis of CCWD data, 2011

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2011-13 Adjustments
• 2009-11 Allotment Reduction roll-up $64.7 million General Fund

• Community College Support Fund $410.0 million General Fund
   – New methodology incorporates 6.6% inflationary adjustments overall for
     PERS, Health Insurance, Pension Obligation Bonds, Personal Services and
     Services & Supplies
   – Removed 2.4% inflation of Services & Supplies
   – Reduced $19.9 million from increased local property tax revenue estimate


• No new Capital Construction




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CCWD provides excellent customer service


                                                                                                                               09
                                                                                                                 07-08 08-09 Target

                                                                                                                  75%         74%
  Customer Service (KPM 19)                                                                                                                 70.0%

                                                                                                                 100%         100%
  Best Practices (KPM 20)                                                                                                                   100%


 Source: 2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010




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Governor’s Investments
Getting Oregon Back to Work $3.4 million General Fund
• Integrates two existing programs:

   – Oregon’s National Career Readiness Certificate
     • Demonstration of foundational skills necessary to succeed
        in a training plan and on the job

   – On-the-Job Training
     • Reimbursement for employer for training costs
     • Completion of the training plan
     • Retention of the employee

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•   Created by HB 2398 (2009)
•   Championed by OWIB, Oregon businesses
•   Responds to employer needs
•   Verifies skills workers need to be successful in the workplace
        • Reading for Information,
        • Locating Information,
        • Applied Mathematics
• National, Portable Credential

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                       Current NCRC Sites by County



Certificate Total
  (as of March 2011)


     5,478
Bronze        12.9%
Silver        47.1%
Gold          38.4%
Platinum       1.7%




                                                      Updated 09/20/10




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                          On-the-Job Training
     XpanD, a creator of 3D glasses and related products


“When we first found
 out about the training
 services offered
 through WorkSource,
 I said, Why isn’t
 everyone doing this?
 It gave us the
 opportunity to
 provide our workers
 with higher pay and a
 higher level of skill
 with less financial
 risk.”



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Governor’s Investments
Oregon Education Investment Board $3.0 million General Fund


• Recognizes the interdependent
  nature of the entire enterprise
  of education
• Establishes a long-term budget
  framework to better link
  education investments with
  results




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Governor’s Investments
Advancing Longitudinal Data for Educational Reform
(ALDER) $ .5 million Other Funds
                            •    Single source education and
                                 workforce longitudinal data
                                 system

                            •    Building partnerships necessary
                                 to support and sustain the data
                                 exchange

                            •    Decrease the time between data
                                 collection and reporting

                            •    Completion date June 30, 2013


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Governor’s Investments
Progression and Completion $2.0 million General Fund


                                  • Challenges Colleges to
                                    Focus on Student Success
                                  • Intentional Conversations
                                  • Student Success Plans
                                  • National Best Practice
                                    Alignment
                                  • Targeted Investments
                                  • Outcome Measurement

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